The mayor of Bucha Anatoly Fedoruk went to the United States on a working visit. From here he also informed about the initiative of the city leaders in Albany to help rebuild what destroyed the Russians. Therefore, the Ukrainian policy should be discussed with the leadership of the capital of the state of New York in the future partnership. It is noted that the mayor of the American city will help Bucha not only become fit to live but new.
"It is important to restore what has been destroyed, but even more important – to become much more modern and stronger than we were before February 24," Fedoruk said.
The leaders of Albany were interested in the help of the Ukrainian city after his dismissal. The fears that Russian troops left behind in Buchi, could not leave anyone indifferent.
It is also known that Fedoruk was at a meeting of the USAID leadership. There, political leaders have approved the provision of $135 million to Ukraine and Moldova from the amount that had previously been aimed at building democracy in the Russian Federation and supporting its municipalities. Because of Russian aggression, the opinion of the American government has changed. So if Ukraine is destroyed, then it will be restored.